Third Reich signatures.

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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby modeladay » 17 Nov 2009 04:58

Nuremberg Nazi war criminal autographs on Ebay, item: 50388953884 Check it out,very interesting collection.

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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby hucks216 » 25 Dec 2009 01:35

Signature of the President of the Reichsbank Hjalmar Schacht on a letter to a member of the SD.
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby hucks216 » 16 Jan 2010 22:40

SS-Obergruppenfuhrer Friedrich Alpers
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby Ian Sayer » 17 Jan 2010 13:35

Well done.
Nice piece
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby hucks216 » 17 Jan 2010 14:03

Ian Sayer wrote:Well done.
Nice piece
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Thank you Ian. This is actually one of three such promotion documents in a grouping. The first one is also signed by Alpers while the third has the usual facsimile Hitler signature but is hand countersigned by Göring. Interestingly the grouping (including a Soldbuch) belonged to a German infantry officer born in Washington, USA in 1912.
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby Max Williams » 22 Jan 2010 11:08

I saw these offered for sale. Interesting to think that while Alpers was signing this document, Heydrich was being attacked in Prague.
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby hucks216 » 04 Feb 2010 21:52

Just thought that I would post this citation hand signed by Generaloberst (as he was at the time of signing) Erich Manstein. While his signature is commonly seen as a facsimile on the Krimshild citations I can't recall seeing a hand signed citation too many times.
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby hucks216 » 26 Feb 2010 17:17

Signature of Generaloberst Werner Freiherr von Fritsch (document is part of a small grouping that also includes a similar one signed 8 months previously by von Blomberg.)

Apologies for the grainy appearance of the main picture, caused by reducing the image size to fit.
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby MaartenM » 27 Mar 2010 20:02

A bit off topic: but looking at the signatures it looks like almost all the big shots use either blue or black ink. I would expect a few off them to want to stand out and use green or red ink...

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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby KarlReissman » 27 Mar 2010 22:44

By the way, here is the Führers signatures.
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Authentic Hitler?

Postby alexanderautographs » 10 Apr 2010 22:45

A good friend consigned this signed Hitler photo to us. My opinion is it's no good, for the following reasons:

1.) No crossbar on the "H"
2.) "der" and "mit" are all wrong, as are other letter formations
3.) Slant is wrong
4.) Photo seems to be dated 1935, but Hitler apparently didn't wear a grey suit and swastika/eagle patch until the start of the war.

Whether you agree or disagree, please let me know. A certain New York dealer apparently refuses to even consider a refund, although he issued a COA with the item!

Thanks for your assistance!

Bill Panagopulos
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bill@alexautographs.com
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby valkyrie » 11 Apr 2010 00:30

Hi Bill - can you do a close-up of the signature and dedication?

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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby shogun » 11 Apr 2010 20:25

Here is submission for Hitler's signature (sept 1936)--I believe it to be handsigned but invite any comments. The document is above and a close up of the signature is below. Friedrich Evers later received the German Cross in Silver in 1944--presumably still as a staff officer (different unit).

http://www.scopetrader.com/shogun/?page=245

thanks for looking

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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby hucks216 » 06 May 2010 23:31

Signature of July 20th plotter in Paris - Carl-Heinrich von Stüpnagel, executed at Plötzensee Prison on 30th August 1944.
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Re: Third Reich signatures.

Postby valkyrie » 07 May 2010 00:12

Nice Stülpnagel! He was one of the few determined to go all the way on July 20 and he arrested all SD and Gestapo in Paris. Von Kluge's lack of nerve and decision to turn him in led to his attempted suicide by headshot (blinded both eyes) and almost drowning when he fell into a canal after the attempt. Bad luck to survive and get the meathook treatment at Plötzensee.

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